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448 bit memory bus, yeah right.....

2900xt had a 512-bit gddr4 bus half a decade ago, so 448 is entirely possible. I'd agree that 448bit is unlikely, but nvidia might do it if they can't manage high enough clocks. Not to mention nvidia is really pushing compute, which needs a lot of bandwidth. 384bit would be my guess, but nvidia might surprise us.
Edited by qwertymac93 - 2/4/12 at 9:09pm
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448 bit memory bus, yeah right.....

.................................................................cough *GTX275* cough..........................................................................


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.................................................................cough *GTX275* cough..........................................................................
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Don't even bother quoting graphics cards from more than a year ago. Half the people here seem to forget the days of 448 bit 1792MB GPUs such as the GTX 275 and GTX 295.
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The difference between GTX 580 1.5GB and 3GB is negligible even @ 5760x1080 with 4x AA
Here is a proof
http://www.hardware.fr/focus/50/test-geforce-gtx-580-3-go-vs-1-go-sli-surround.html
Anything over 2GB is going to be overkill.

Maybe overkill in terms of performance, but a 1.5gb 580 runs out of memory fast. You can run out of memory if you max out Arma 2 in 1920x1080.. And metro always sits around 1300-1450mb for me in 1920x1080. And Battlefield 3 also is near exceeding 1.5gb on Ultra. 1gb of memory is VERY out-dated now, especially for high amounts of AA. 2gb isn't over-kill I don't think, it allows the user to expand. Where, I am stuck with one monitor now that I have bought these 1.5gb 580's, I want to go Surround but if I do, I would have to sacrifice AA and other memory intensive settings which I don't like.
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Don't even bother quoting graphics cards from more than a year ago. Half the people here seem to forget the days of 448 bit 1792MB GPUs such as the GTX 275 and GTX 295.

Don't forget the even MORE popular GTX 260!

Here, I'll LINK it for you primitive screwheads. tongue.gif
     
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post #126 of 144
Some people believe anything no matter how implausible or ridiculous it is, pretty hilarious wink.gif

http://www.techpowerup.com/157039/NVIDIA-Kepler-To-Do-Away-with-Hotclocks.html
Edited by xoleras - 2/5/12 at 5:31am
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Wheres the beat i a dead horse smilely?

Your souce is not to be believed its not tpu as source its that 3d whatever site so if you post that site up allover as truth why disbelieve( really your just trolling)all other info so far as BS?
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Some people believe anything no matter how implausible or ridiculous it is, pretty hilarious wink.gif
http://www.techpowerup.com/157039/NVIDIA-Kepler-To-Do-Away-with-Hotclocks.html

How is it you are willing to only believe some of the rumors, and not others? Logic fail.
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Some people believe anything no matter how implausible or ridiculous it is, pretty hilarious wink.gif
http://www.techpowerup.com/157039/NVIDIA-Kepler-To-Do-Away-with-Hotclocks.html

And once again someone quotes an article from TPU who quotes 3DCenter as a source, and strangely 3DCenter doesn't quote Nvidia on that, so I don't buy it.
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post #130 of 144
If the GT660 does have GTX580 performance and is $319 it will be a great buy.

Real or not I would not call it fake based on wacky memory size, it seems like nvidia always has some wacky GPU memory sizes.
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